Friday, July 20, 2012
Federation meets Tuesday, Aug.24. 7p.m. - Property tax levy proposals on the August 7 ballot for the King County Juvenile Justice Center and the Seattle Public Library
Monthly Meeting –Tuesday, July 24, 2012, 7 p.m.
Central Area Senior Center, 500 30th Avenue South 98144
[This beautiful facility with free parking and unmatched view of Lake Washington is just three blocks east of
Martin Luther King, Jr. Way S. and one block south of S. Jackson Street]
Join the debate as pro and con advocates discuss two property tax levies that face voters this August 7.
King County Proposition No. 1, the Children and Family Services Center Capital Levy, would be a nine-year, $210 million levy to replace the juvenile justice center. For pro and con information: http://your.kingcounty.gov/elections/contests/measureinfo.aspx?cid=45472&eid=1252 or go to http://yeschildrenandfamilies.com for pro information.
Seattle Proposition No. 1, “Regular tax levy Including Seattle Public Libraries,” would be a seven-year, $122 million operating levy for library services. For pro information, go to http://yesseattlelibraries.com; for con information, go to http://savethelibrary.wordpress.com. .
The July 24 meeting also includes an update on “regulatory reforms” of the Land Use Code now before the City Council. And in our monthly Round Robin, share the news from your neighborhood. If you have informational materials to distribute at the meeting, please bring them or e-mail electronic copies or links to email@example.com.
SCCF is one of the nation’s oldest and most active federations of community associations. It was founded in 1946 to facilitate resettlement of Seattle’s Japanese residents who had returned from wartime internment to find their homes and businesses gone; and to help black veterans facing their own inequities. Yearly dues for member groups are $50, and new groups are always welcome. Individual donations are also welcome, and go very far, as SCCF is all-volunteer. Please mail your check to SCCF, 2370 Yale Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98102-3310. For questions, contact treasurer Chris Leman, (206) 322-5463, firstname.lastname@example.org.